Come and enjoy the Bi-Zi Farms Pumpkin Patch! We love having the opportunity to open our farm to our Clark County neighbors and friends.
Our Pumpkin Patch & Harvest Festival is meant to celebrate the annual harvest and our farm’s rural heritage. We encourage everyone to come and experience a day on the farm.
We will be open to the public Fridays 2pm – 5:30 pm, Saturday and Sunday 10am – 5:30 pm every weekend in October. Admission is $8.00 per person, 2 years & under are free!
If you are really up for a challenge, the Corn Maze will stay open Friday and Saturday nights until 10pm after the Pumpkin Patch closes and you can do the Corn Maze in the dark by itself for a $ 5.00 admission. (Yes, your daytime pumpkin patch admission includes the Corn Maze even after the Pumpkin Patch closes.) Be sure to bring a flashlight!
Your entrance to the pumpkin patch includes:
- One free pumpkin, any size you can carry
- Free admission to the corn maze
- Free admission to the farm animals
- Free children’s activities such as:
- Covered bale maze
- Corn crib
- Bale pyramid
- Pedal tractor driving
- NEW! Calf roping station! Find your inner cowboy!
- Live music (Friday afternoon, Saturdays and Sundays)
- One free hot drink per admission: coffee, spiced cider or hot chocolate
- Wagon ride to and from the field
- Corn shelling and grinding station
Free apple cider sampling
Also available at the pumpkin patch are:
- Pony rides
- Face Painting
- Food and drink
- Fresh kettle corn and caramel corn
(*NOTE* Bi-Zi Farms is only open during the week to groups by appointment only. Please call in advance for a reservation. (360) 574-9119. Minimum group size is 15.)
Bill and Peggy would like to thank the following groups and people for their assistance in past years:
- Prairie High School ROTC
- Washington Illusion U-12Tournament Softball
- Dirt Church ATV Club
- Our friends from the Fort Vancouver Antique Equipment Association: Tony and Valerie Sha, Fred & Vickie Taylor, Dave Davis, Morry Stamp, Rob and Darlene Miller, Marvin Anderson, Wayne, Sherrie and Patrick Longfield, Doug and Michael Findlay.